Originally known as The Great American Dream, this Philadelphian quintet were local legends who'd opened for The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Santana and many others. Packed with snappy songs and infectious good humor, their sole album was taped in New York's just-opened Record Plant in the fall of 1969, and marked Todd Rundgren's debut as producer. Issued in February 1970, it stands as one of the best pop-rock albums of its time.
On 180 gram vinyl.
Vinyl Reissue 2011 Kismet Records